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Former BJP minister quits; says can’t accept Modi as PM move

Mumtaz Ali Khan, who was a minister in the previous BJP Government, joined Congress on Thursday, saying he was saddened by the outfit’s decision to project Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate.

Bomb scare at Infosys office in Mangalore

Police, assisted by bomb disposal squad, are searching Infosys’ office premises in Mangalore, following a phone call that a bomb has been planted there.

Tata Motors to continue with planned investment of Rs 3,000 cr


Auto major Tata Motors on Sunday said it will go ahead with planned investment of Rs 3,000 crore during the fiscal to support growth in future despite the economic slowdown.

Jersey shore romps home at feature event

B. Puttanna-trained Jersey Shore, brilliantly ridden by Y.S.

Jersey shore romps home at feature event

B. Puttanna-trained Jersey Shore, brilliantly ridden by Y.S.

Machiavellianism wins bengaluru feature event

L.V.R. Deshmukh-trained Machiavellianism was ably piloted by Y. S. Srinath to bag the Jayachamaraja Wadiyar Cup, the feature event of the races held here on Sunday.

Odisha register second win in a row; gain six points

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Odisha bowlers came up with a superb performance to steer their team to second win in a row and pocket six points by crushing Karnataka by 65 runs in their Group B Ranji Trophy match here today.


Vinay 7-wkt haul takes Karnataka close to victory

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Karnataka closed in on an outright victory against Orissa after Vinay Kumar ripped through the opposition batting line-up with a seven-wicket haul on the third and penultimate day of their Group B Ran

Chance for Karnataka to come good

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Karnataka will be looking forward to their first home match of the new Ranji Trophy season for more reasons than one when they take on Odisha here Saturday.

With just five points from three away outi

Steve Waugh compares Clarke with Bradman

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Former Australian captain Steve Waugh today said that Michael Clarke, who became the first batsman in Test history to score four double centuries in a year, is playing like Don Bradman and is relishin

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Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.